Free People has always been one of my favorite brands. Their clothes have such an ethereal feel to me. They make me feel, well, free. If you like rocking a style with a vintage feel, Free People should be a go-to brand for you. There light fabrics and earthy tones are perfect for a casual date or a trip to Coachella. With that being said, it’s very hard for me to play favorites with their clothes, but some items really caught my eye.
1. Matador Hat
2. Night Cap Florence Lace Dress
3. Shell Game Shift Dress
4.Golden Moments Tunic
5. Lotus Pond Dress
6. Heart of Gold Skirt
7. Fringe Suede Jacket
8. Floral Kimono
9. Janis Velvet Flare
10. Heart In A Cage Maxi
11. Victorian Velvet Mini Dress
12. Fringe Crochet Raglan Dress
These are just a few of my favorites, but I would buy the whole website if I could. What are some of your favorite pieces?
Why do we love middle parts? It’s probably because not everyone can pull them off, or so they think. A lot of people are just too afraid to try something so minor that makes such a drastic change, but that’s why I love it.
As each season goes by, more and more ladies are letting their locks flow freely and parting their hair right down the center of their heads. It completely changes your look. Middle parts can easily be formal with just a little styling, or for more casual outings you can go the easy route and wear your hair as-is.
With all the variations, the messy middle part won me over this season. It’s just so easy! Just part you hair, tousle it a little, use a beach spray, and add a few waves for texture. It makes you look like a bohemian goddess from the seventies, and who doesn’t want that?
Lets take a look at some familiar faces rockin the middle part…
Georgia May Jagger
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
It’s an easy look, and there’s so many ways to wear it. If you’re afraid of changing it up, I highly recommend you step out of your comfort zone. A change in your part can completely change the styling of your outfit and could be that finishing touch you need.
Posted in Beauty, Hair
Tagged beauty, bohemian, fashion, hair, hairstyle, hairstyles, messy hair, middle part, natural, spring 2014, style, trends, trendy
Fringe is one of my absolute favorites. Maybe it’s my inner flower child, but it’s just so free and flowing. I love everything about it. It just makes me want to move.
Luckily, I’m not the only one who loves it. Many variations of fringe were seen on the runways. Its flowing glory was showcased in all different fabrics, colors, and patterns.
Marc Jacobs RTW
You can never forget the accessories. Purses with fringe and/or tassels are one of my favorite ways to rock this look.
I apply this trend to my style a little differently, because I don’t live on a runway or on the pages of Vogue. I love the bohemian feel of fringe. I love it flowing long from my jackets and kimonos. I love a good a long fringe skirt that follows me as I walk, and I just love the movement of the tassels as the wind blows past me.
Whether you dress it up or dress it down, fringe can add so much personality to any outfit. If a lot of fringe is too much for you remember, accessories can always add a perfect little touch.
Get some fringe and “get on the bus.”
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Tagged bohemian, fashion, flowing, fringe, runway, runwaylooks, spring 2014, spring2014, style, trend, trends, trendy